The autopsy made at the Former Princess of Qatar Kasia Gallanio, 46, found dead in Marbella last Sunday at her home, requires further studies as it is inconclusive. The autopsy carried out on the former princess of Qatar Kasia Gallanio, 46, found dead last Sunday at her home in Marbella, Malaga, requires further study as it is not conclusive.
Sources close to the investigation have informed EFE that they have to wait for the results of the analysis and the complementary study of samples in order to determine the causes of his death.
The National Police entered his home in Marbella around 8 in the morning on Sunday, May 29, after being alerted by his daughter that he was not answering their calls. The daughter, a minor and resident in France, had tried to contact her without success in recent days, according to police sources. When the agents arrived, they found the woman dead in bed with no signs of violence.
The deceased is a former partner of Abdelaziz bin Khalifa Al-Thani, uncle of the Qatari emir. The separation of Gallanio, with dual American and Polish nationality, from Sheikh Al-Thani caused a stir legal battle for the custody of his three daughters minors in 2012, in a case that has dragged on.
On May 19, the Paris court dismissed the demands of the woman, who in November she had spent several months hospitalized and that, according to the French newspaper, she was prone to nervous breakdowns and detoxification cures. This led a judge to defer the case until a psychological evaluation of the woman was obtained to better understand the family situation.
According to Le Parisian, one of the daughters of the couple denounced in mid-April having been the victim of sexual assault by his father when I was between 9 and 15 years old. Accusations that the Qatari sheikh’s environment denies but that have led the Paris Prosecutor’s Office to open an investigation for aggravated sexual assault, by the police brigade for the protection of minors.
“My client was devastated by this decision. I think that, above all, she has died of grief,” her lawyer, Sabrina Boesch, who is in Spain with the woman’s two eldest daughters, aged 17, says in the Parisian newspaper. , who had to identify her this Monday.
The father, 73 years olddoes not speak to them and only covers the expenses of “modest hotels or short-term accommodation”, while the youngest of the sisters, 15, lives in her home, a 5,000-square-meter palace on Avenue Montaigne of Paris, “isolated from the world and in a situation of school abandonment”, according to the newspaper.